22 Year Old Kyle Parker Faces Additional Charges in Connection with the Rape and Murder of 1 Year Old Shaylyn Ammerman
AS IF THE RAPE, MURDER, CHILD MOLESTING, KIDNAPPING AND STRANGULATION CHARGES AREN’T ENOUGH TO PUT THIS POS AWAY FOR LIFE …
Its a case that shocked us all and reminded us just what type of sub-humans there are out there that we must protect children from. 22 year old Kyle Parker is facing even more charges in connection with the rape and murder of one year old Shaylyn Ammerman. Parker is charged with rape, murder, child molesting, kidnapping, strangulation and aggravated battery in the case, in addition to obstruction of justice and failure to report a dead body. Parker was arrested after police discovered the body of 14-month-old Shaylyn Ammerman in a remote area located near the White River in Gosport, Indiana. Can we just cut to the chase and stone this individual to death.
A man accused in the death of 1-year-old Shaylyn Ammerman faces additional charges in connection with the case.
Kyle Parker, 22, appeared in court Monday afternoon. He asked the court to appoint an attorney and pleaded not guilty in the case. Online records show Parker is charged with rape, murder, child molesting, kidnapping, strangulation and aggravated battery in the case, in addition to obstruction of justice and failure to report a dead body.
Police took Parker into custody on Thursday, the same day they found the 14-month-old’s body near the White River in Gosport. An autopsy showed the girl died from asphyxiation.
Parker was at the Ammerman home the night Shaylyn disappeared. Her family reported her missing Wednesday morning. Her father said his mother put Shaylyn to bed late Tuesday; when they woke up in the morning, she was gone. Her disappearance set off a massive search for the little girl involving multiple law enforcement agencies.
Court documents released Monday showed Parker abducted and raped the girl; he then attempted to pin it on one of her family members, using bleach on the girl’s body and his own in an attempt to destroy evidence. A medical examiner said this was “the worst case of sexual trauma she had seen in her career.”